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Carmelite Prioress Sentenced to Prison – Fabricated Accusations

Last week, a Gualeguay court, Argentina, found, the former prioress of the Discalzed Carmeliges of Nogoyá, “guilty” of. Mother was sentenced to three years in prison. She is still free, but once the …More
Last week, a Gualeguay court, Argentina, found, the former prioress of the Discalzed Carmeliges of Nogoyá, “guilty” of. Mother was sentenced to three years in prison. She is still free, but once the sentence is final, she will be incarcerated in the female prison of Paraná. The accusers of Mother Maria Isabel are three ex-members. Their accusations have little credibility as a prioress has no effective means to torture a sister or to keep her against her will in a monastery.
Mother Maria Isabel Toledo was the prioress of a successful community with 18 nuns, a big number for a Carmel and a sign that the monastery was flourishing. But in August 2016, the oligarch magazine Análisis published hyped-up claims of the ex-members. They blamed Mother Maria Isabel for the usual Carmelite practice of.
Based on the hyped-up article, police broke into the convent on the very same day the article was published. They found nothing, except the usual instruments of penance used by the Carmelites like.…More
Dear, I don’t know where you took this info from but…
1) Carmelites weren’t never expelled from the monastery. There were 18 nuns at the moment in which the police broke into the monastery. Mother prioress (Isabel) was separated from the community by the Vatican. 2 nuns went to other Carmels (Concordia and Santa Fe) because they didn’t accept the decision from the Vatican and wanted Isabel back …More
Dear, I don’t know where you took this info from but…
1) Carmelites weren’t never expelled from the monastery. There were 18 nuns at the moment in which the police broke into the monastery. Mother prioress (Isabel) was separated from the community by the Vatican. 2 nuns went to other Carmels (Concordia and Santa Fe) because they didn’t accept the decision from the Vatican and wanted Isabel back in the monastery. Another nun (Sister Agnes, Inés in Spanish) went to another Carmel because the atmosphere was unbearable in Nogoyá. Another went back to her house, but she was just a postulant. The rest (13 nuns) never left the place.
2) Among the people who testified against Mother Isabel were: the bishop of Paraná and sister Agnes (still a Carmelite nun). And me, I’m the brother of one of the ex-carmelites (you know what! Today my sister told me of another nightmare about the Monastery, 6 years after leaving that place).
3) The most important and curious witness against Isabel was Isabel herself, who said “Sister Rosa succeeded in fleeding” (la hermana Rosa logró escapar).
4) Hope you publish something about this. It’s not against Carmel (my favourite saints are ST Therese of Lisieux and St Edith Stein). It’s not against the Church. I’ts against a criminal behavior. Veritas vos liberabit. Greetings from Argentina!
BTW, the monastery was founded by 8 nuns. Sister Rosa was one of them
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This is, pure and simple, persecution
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Dear, I don’t know where you took this info from but…
1) 1) Carmelites weren’t never expelled from the monastery. There were 18 nuns at the moment in which the police broke into the monastery. Mother prioress (Isabel) was separated from the community by the Vatican. 2 nuns went to other Carmels (Concordia and Santa Fe) because they didn’t accept the decision from the Vatican and wanted Isabel …More
Dear, I don’t know where you took this info from but…
1) 1) Carmelites weren’t never expelled from the monastery. There were 18 nuns at the moment in which the police broke into the monastery. Mother prioress (Isabel) was separated from the community by the Vatican. 2 nuns went to other Carmels (Concordia and Santa Fe) because they didn’t accept the decision from the Vatican and wanted Isabel back in the monastery. Another nun (Sister Agnes, Inés in Spanish) went to another Carmel because the atmosphere was unbearable in Nogoyá. Another went back to her house, but she was just a postulant. The rest (13 nuns) never left the place.
2) 2) Among the people who testified against Mother Isabel were: the bishop of Paraná and sister Agnes (still a Carmelite nun). And me, I’m the brother of one of the ex-carmelites (you know what! Today my sister told me of another nightmare about the Monastery, 6 years after leaving that place).
3) 3) The most important and curious witness against Isabel was Isabel herself, who said “Sister Rosa succeeded in fleeding” (la hermana Rosa logró escapar).
4) 4) Hope you publish something about this. It’s not against Carmel (my favourite saints are ST Therese of Lisieux and St Edith Stein). It’s not against the Church. I’ts against a criminal behavior. Veritas vos liberabit. Greetings from Argentina!
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